ITI Opens 3rd Crane & Rigging Training Center in Memphis

TrainingCenter_Header_Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee and Woodland, Washington, August 28, 2010 - ITI (Industrial Training International, Inc.), a 25-year, worldwide leader in crane and rigging training and consulting has opened its third national training center in Memphis, TN.

The new site allows for an expanded offering of mobile crane and rigging training activities which will involve critical lift planning, lift director instruction, crane operator certification, rigging inspection courses and skills training for basic-to-master rigger participants.

The Memphis facility employs state-of-the-art classroom equipment and its hands-on center incorporates nearly $1 million in assets for the candidates' educational benefit. Mobile and overhead cranes, a load drifting chain hoist structure, winch systems, jacks, rollers, air casters, spreader bars, manbasket and a wide assortment of all 6 sling types plus a large collection of rigging hardware, along with 30+ loads of varying size, shape, weight and center-of-gravity are in 30+ place to train and challenge event the most seasoned professional.

ITI's staff is fully prepared to deliver fast-paced and highly interactive programs for course attendees. ITI's involvement with the ASME B30 Main Committee and its Subcommittees, as well as Federal/State OSHA's help keep program offerings current and up-to-date with existing and newly implemented regulation and standards.

For more information about upcoming training programs visit www.iti.com/memphis

7 Best Practices for Blocking & Cribbing after Rigging a Load
D/d Ratio & Multi-Part Braided Slings

About Author

Industrial Training International
Industrial Training International

Cranes | Rigging | Lift Planning | Engineering | VR Simulation

Related Posts
Learning Styles - What Are They and Why Are They Important?
Learning Styles - What Are They and Why Are They Important?
The Skilled Labor Shortage: Bridging the Gap
The Skilled Labor Shortage: Bridging the Gap
12 Day's of Training: Shock Loading
12 Day's of Training: Shock Loading

Comment

Subscribe To Blog

Subscribe to Email Updates